Australia has 1110 schools with more than 20 per cent Indigenous students; 2525 schools with more than 10 per cent Indigenous students; and 9465 schools in total. Our goal is to design, test and scale effective strategies for communities and governments to support these schools in improving Indigenous educational outcomes from kindy to year 12.
We find, curate, validate and diffuse the best strategies, tools and techniques to improve Indigenous educational outcomes. We test this knowledge with partner communities and share our applied learnings with researchers and practitioners nationally. We also advocate for wholesale policy reform based on our pilots. Generation One is partnered with Knowledge Society to roll-out this program.
There is a great deal of success already happening, but little of it scales to address all five levels needed to create systemic change. This project will work with initiatives across all five levels of the Indigenous education ecosystem: students, families, communities, schools and governments.
Join us on this learning journey. Whether you are a teacher, a principal, a parent, work in a community or government, access to current and best practice knowledge on how to improve Indigenous education in your community is critical.